Raising money doesn’t need to take time or effort. In fact, there are several ways you can fundraise from the comfort of your computer screen or smartphone! By using one or more of these options, you could soon tally up some incredible donations. Imagine, just £5 could help us provide a school kit to a street child in Ghana!
1. Shopping online
A majority of people in the UK now shop online and the chances are you will have made a purchase through your laptop or smartphone in the last few months. But did you know you can turn your online shopping into free donations, without it costing you anything? By using easyfundraising, you can raise cash for us while doing your normal online shop. They have hundreds of retailers, including John Lewis, Ebay, Booking.com, Argos and Sainsbury’s. Whether you’re making a big purchase, or doing the weekly food shop, this is a great way to help out! There’s even a browser extension and an app, so you don’t have to worry about logging in every time. It takes less than a minute to get started, so why not sign up today!
2. Shopping on Amazon
Instead of shopping on ‘www.amazon.co.uk’, use ‘smile.amazon.co.uk‘ and select Chance for Childhood as your charity. It doesn’t change anything for you, but we receive a 0.5% donation from everything you buy!
3. Shopping or selling on eBay
Whether buying or selling on eBay, you can fundraise with ease. Go to eBay for Charity to get started and when you sell an item you can select a percentage, or all, of the proceeds to go to Chance for Childhood!
4. Searching the web
We’re not making this up! You really can raise money just by searching the web. By using everyclick.com and selecting Chance for Childhood as your charity, fundraising has never been so easy!
5. Fundraise through Facebook
We’re registered as a charity with Facebook, meaning you can set up a fundraiser and the money will go straight to us!
Simply create a new post and add ‘Support non-profit’ to it to add an option for your Facebook friends to donate. You can also set up a fundraiser with this link. Why not try a Birthday fundraiser this year?